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nsurance you switch to geico. it's what you do. head for the cemetery! good morning, america. happening now. state of emergency. ice and bitter cold wreaking havoc in the south and the northeast buried by another blast of snow and powerful winds. >> there's nowhere to put it. this only throws so high. and we're running out of places. >> roofs collapsing. massive pile-ups on the highway. trains slowed by the snow and wind chills of more than 30 degrees below zero and getting colder. also breaking right now, terror alert. the new air strikes this morning on isis command posts. as fears now mount that the group of isis is spreading, the brutal terror group releasing a video targeting christians and the new arrests overnight tied to that deadly attack in europe. air scare. a woman stung by a scorpion. the flight forced back to the
gates. how did that scary creature get onboard? ♪ reunion ♪ ♪ reunion ♪ and live from new york, it's "saturday night live" celebrating 40 years and the biggest stars from the ground-breaking show. the celebrity hosts pay tribute and the throwback that stole the show. ♪ how did you get so funky ♪ so great. good morning, america, and what a show. what a collection of stars last night. so many great characters from over the past 40 years on "saturday night live." especially great to see eddie murphy. >> i know. >> back in the house. >> i wanted to hear more from eddie murphy last night. jane curtain for weekend update. kind of fun. >> kind of.
it was like a high school reunion. we were all invited. >> and you know, they had to walk that red carpet last night in the frigid cold in new york it continues this morning. let's get to the weather. the snow and ice and cold gripping the country from maine to the south. single-digit temperatures when we came to work. is it any better, ginger? >> the actual temperature is 4. so no. the answer is the wind chill is 7 below. here in new york city. i look like a double-stuffed oreo. this is fashion week, but you wouldn't know it. this is danger weather. wind chill advisories and warnings, and you can see why. we don't know why it was left on. but in bryant park, the fountain is not looking good. it looks like a lot of ice. and that's how many of us feel. let's look at the numbers under the high and high often means cooler this time of year. chicago is warmer than some of the places on the east coast. philadelphia wind chill is 16 below. but our eyes are on that new storm dropping a wintry mix, winter storm warnings from oklahoma to virginia and parts
of delaware this morning. tennessee and kentucky is going to have that ice to snow, some hefty snow, six-plus inches in that lighter pink and tomorrow it's going to be here from washington d.c. and new york city and, yes, even boston, more snow on the way. a place now that has its snowiest month on record ever. almost 60 inches happening already, that's february. our rob marciano is right there again this morning. rob. >> reporter: ginger, minus 1. wind chills minus 24. we're inside this plow truck. nick petrocelli is at the helm. these guys are busy. no doubt about that. with another foot yesterday, it seems like it's never going to end. this morning, the northeast digging out again. >> we're not getting out of here soon. >> reporter: buried even deeper by a new bounty of blinding snow and powerful winds. in some places wind chills dropping to a dangerous 30 degrees below zero. frostbite potentially setting in
after just five minutes outside. storm surges sunday, flooding scituate, massachusetts, downing power lines and 21 inches of new snow pummelling maine. >> there's nowhere to put it. this only throws so high. we're running out of places. >> reporter: snowdrifts up to six feet collapsing this new hampshire roof. on the roads, treacherous conditions. on sunday, more than 20 vehicles piling up in a chain-reaction crash in waltham, massachusetts, trapping drivers for over an hour. rescuers caught on tape racing this baby to a waiting ambulance. overnight, workers armed with handheld torches, shovels and brooms trying to clear the train tracks. the city is hoping to have part of its mass transportation system up and running. boston with nearly 8 feet of snow this season, as it's experiencing its third snowiest winter on record. officials saying they plan over 275,000 miles, enough to go around the world 11 times. the city's mayor urging residents to stay calm.
>> every's aggravated by being in the house. but stay calm and focused. stay indoors and stay safe. >> reporter: it's just an incredible season with no light at the end of tunnel. nick, you have been making some overtime. you must be tired. >> we seem to be doing shifts. sleeping at 3:00 in the morning. or coming out at 3:00 in the morning, it's never ending. >> hang in there. boston needs you guys. back to you. >> that's if sure. he's been there so often this winter. the south getting hit with ice and snow and roads incredibly dangerous. abc's matt gutman is in memphis, tennessee, this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, david. it's really coming down right now. quarter of an inch of accumulate of just ice over the past hour or so. all night, we have been watching these front loaders putting sand and salt. just 14 of them for the entire
city of memphis. that's a problem we'll see across the south. it's the fear of paralyzing ice they're throwing everything they have at this storm right now. including this this is brian, they are also putting out something potato juice, made from the residue from the dissill lags vodka juice. >> all right, matt, stay warm. thousands of flyers stuck because of the storm. flights are cancelled and not just in the northeast. across the u.s. abc's steve osunsami has the latest from one of the country's busiest airports. good morning to you, steve. >> reporter: good morning, lara. after more than 2,700 flights canceled over the weekend, more than 386 cancelled this morning including 37 here in atlanta. it has been a rough weekend for
many, many travelers. the airports are breaking out their deicing equipment. more than 200 tons of deicing equipment or deicing liquid used in atlanta alone. a burst pipe nearly shut the airport down outside d.c. at dulles. david? >> steve osunsami with us. thanks. we want to get back to ginger. if you think the roads and flying is bad imagine being in the ocean. just incredible pictures, ginger. >> i can't imagine this. this is a crazy story. over the weekend a father and son were rescued by coast guard 150 miles off nantucket. yes, they were sailing and trying to go to australia but they were rescued. the waves were up to 25 feet. obviously it was super cold. this was the same storm that was giving wind gusts to parts of the cape over 70 miles per hour. so, no, we can't imagine. that is not something i would suggest as this next storm comes
in and even colder air behind it. look at washington, d.c., by thursday, 2 below. if you haven't had enough, there's another blast of even coder air. i will detail more coming up. >> all right, ginger, thank you so much. and now to another deadly terror attack in europe over the weekend. this morning, police in denmark, announcing they have arrested two men suspected in helping the gunman who opened fire at a free speech event and then a synagogue. abc's terry moran has the latest on the investigation. good morning, terry. >> reporter: good morning. this is the synagogue, the scene of the second attacks this weekend. a man who was guarding families celebrating was killed here. it's a focus of copenhagen's sorrow and solidarity. while the police are aggressively pursuing this case they have made arrests and are seeking the public's help. this morning, danish police confirming they have made two arrests, one here at this cafe
suspected accomplices of the alleged gunman. the shooter killed sunday morning, a 22-year-old danish-born citizen. a known gang member with a history of violence. this morning, denmark's flag flies at half-staff across the country. a nation grappling with the horror that unfolded here in these moments of terror. new video today of the aftermath there. a man strips off his shirt to help one of the wounded. a danish film director was killed, three officers wounded. the apparent target, a swedish cartoonist on an al qaeda hit list for drawing prophet muhammad as a dog. next came the attack on a synagogue. security guard killed and two police officers wounded and then, a few hours later the suspect lay dead on the street gunned down in a shootout with police. coming in the wake of the "charlie hebdo" massacre in paris last month, the attacks
have in this placid city, has shaken people badly, especially denmark's jews. the prime minister vowing to protect them. >> they belong in denmark. they are a strong part of our community and we will do everything we can to protect the jewish community. >> reporter: today the gunman's alleged accomplice will be in court. the lawyer says they're being charged with hiding the suspect and disposing of a weapon. but the real question for denmark going forward is, can they stop this from happening again? >> thank you so much. we're turning now to the war against isis. egypt launching air strikes against the group overnight in libya. after the brutal terrorists released a video showing the mass execution of 21 egyptian hostages. and abc's brian ross here with the very latest. the real concern that isis is now showing up all over the world. >> exactly right. over the weekend that new execution video from isis served to underscore that very concern. it showed the beheadings of some 21 egyptian christians who were captured in libya, paraded on a beach in orange jumpsuits before being murdered.
leading this morning to a series of egyptian and libyan air force strikes, on isis training camps and command posts in libya. but senior military commanders say they are concerned that air strikes alone will hardly stop the spread of this group who is attracting extremists. most of the attention has been focused on the sad plight of the hostages brutally murdered. the terror group has been quietly and effectively spreading beyond its space in syria and iraq and now claims that affiliates across the middle east and north africa. >> when you look at that map and see them popping up all over the place, fairly close to italy at this point. >> that's right. these areas where they can go unchecked. u.s. authorities believe they can be planning attacks to the west, including the u.s. >> let's get over to amy with new developments. >> good morning. and we begin with the
manhunt right now in what's being called a case of road rage that turned deadly in nevada. it ended with this mother of four shot in front of her home. tammy meyers' family heart-broken and furious, left wondering how could this happen to a woman who spent her life helping people. here's abc's kendis gibson. >> reporter: this morning police on a massive manhunt looking for the suspects they believe gunned down tammy meyers in an apparent case of road rage, releasing this sketch of one of the suspects and this video of what they believe was the suspect's car. >> there's no one like her and i'm going to miss her. >> reporter: meyers, a 44-year-old mother of four on her way home thursday night after giving her teenage daughter driving lessons at 11:30 p.m. the nurse getting into a near-collision with a sedan with three people inside. police say meyers and the driver got into a argument. meyers driving away but the driver of the sedan following her, searching several neighborhoods before tracking
her and her daughter down at her home. >> the suspects arrived at the residence and began shooting at them. >> reporter: meyers struck by the gunfire in her own front yard was taken off life support saturday. her son witnessing the shooting firing his own gun at the vehicle as it drove off. >> she has a 15-year-old daughter who will never have a mother to get her ready for her prom or watch her get married. >> reporter: her family now, pleading for justice. for "good morning america," kendis gibson, abc news, las vegas. it is being called the largest bank heist ever. but robbers didn't walk through the front door and more than one bank was targeted. a cybersecurity company says a russian-speaking hacker group has stolen up to $1 billion from banks in dozens of countries in the last year, including the u.s., after they gained access to bank networks. the hackers reportedly programmed atms to transfer funds to fake accounts. it's unclear which banks have been hit.
a guilty verdict this morning for the ferry captain behind one of the worst disasters at sea, he was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to 8 years in prison. he was at the helm of a ferry back in 2012 when it slammed into a passenger boat, killing 39 people. and back here at home, gunfire erupted at a movie theater in central florida as an estimated 900 teenagers stormed the building trying to get in for free. various angles of the chaos were caught on cell phones and people ducking under their seats. fights erupting outside. at least one person robbed. police arresting two teens. frightening moments for a stunt man in philadelphia. before we show you the video, he's okay. he was performing a fire-breathing stunt at a tattoo convention when his clothes caught on fire. look at that. he calmly puts out the flames. flammable liquid ignited. an even bigger fire on the floor there.
people put out the fire. no one amazingly was injured. all right. how about some good news or some cute news. finally, a big surprise for some kayakers off florida. someone decided to hitch a ride. yes, that's a sea lion pup enjoying "the view." behaving so well that the family let him stay onboard. like hi, guys, i'm here. happy valentine's day. it happened on valentine's day. >> he was like the crew captain he was ordering -- >> yeah. >> exactly. >> that's great. thank you, amy. all right. switching gears now, let's talk about drones in the battle for businesses to be able to use them. the faa is now mapping out safety rules for these remote-controlled aircraft and for some major companies like amazon billions of dollars at stake. abc's david kerley has our story. >> reporter: drones, more popular and more problematic. one crashing on the white house lawn. many others getting uncomfortably close to landing jet liners across the country.
this morning proposed rules for commercial use of these unmanned drones. for business uses, a drone under 55 pounds, the faa wants the operator to pass a written test and then fly no higher than 500 feet and only during the day and only if that operator can see the drone. line of sight flying. there's a huge pent-up demand for the use of drones from farm fields to oil lines, an entire private industry ready to launch. a new study this morning shows that these drones could pump more than $13 billion into the economy in the first three years after the rules are approved. realtors can take aerials of homes for sale. utilities could check lines. farmers could get a bird's eye view of their crops. is there a danger for someone like me going out and buying them? >> for somebody that doesn't have any experience, yes. >> reporter: that line of sight rule is a problem for amazon. it wants drones to go off on their own and deliver packages. the online retailer is unhappy
with these faa-proposed rules and wants the government to quickly address the needs of our business. another business, hollywood, however, well, who knows all the ways they will use these drones. one of the real concerns with these drones when they're flying with cameras is privacy. yesterday, the white house put guidance out for agencies to watch out for people's privacy. now, these new rules are proposed and they won't go into effect for another year or two. lara. >> be careful, david. we thank you. i know one person who will be happy if they can use drones to help us with the weather. that is our ginger. i will never forget those pictures from the volcano in iceland. >> either will i. and being there and flying over it in a helicopter almost as close as the drone. never going to forget that. not so warm. this is boulder, colorado, some fresh snow over the weekend and now winter storm warnings and advisories. kind of a combination of a new storm coming from the southwest
and a cold front coming together there. do look for snow in the rockies and higher elevations. this goes through wednesday morning. locally, in northeastern new mexico, you could see up to a foot of snow. this is great for a lot of the skiers and snowboarders, waiting for more because a lot of the western places have not had as much as they would like. you could see fog for long beach but it will burn off. a mild day ahead, 79 for burbank. 72, sacramento.
>> good monday or, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area forecast. on this president's day we will see a sea breeze developing at the coast bringing you cooler weather and cloud cover and the rest of us are surf any and warm. we will have morning clouds and cooler afternoon temperatures on tuesday and wednesday and the winds blow offshore this weekend for warm weather. we will be in the mid 60s along the coast and the rest of us in the low-to-mid 70s. tonight, mid-40s to low 50s. the seven-day forecast coming up on "gma," the latest on the american sniper trial. the killer's family breaking their silence in an abc news exclusive. also ahead, air scare. a scorpion stinging a woman on a plane. how did the scorpion get onboard? >> plus, black ice and whiteout conditions. what you need to know to stay safe on the roads right now. and "saturday night live" celebrating 40 years with an all-star reunion. the moment everybody is talking about this morning. celebritying 40 years with an all-star reunion.
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good morning, america. . right now the snow ice and bitter cold reeking havoc this morning from the south through the northeast. >> the family of the accused killer of the american sniper trial breaking their silence in an exclusive. >> air scare. a plane forced back to the gates after a woman stung by a scorpion onbolder. >> not a fun flight. a lot to get to. it's the snow and the ice in so much of the country. let's get right over to gio. have you made t to work? >> i will. we are on the i-95 on the abc news road cam. the whole point is to keep you safe on the road. we're talking about black ice and whiteout conditions in a few. back to you. >> thank you so much. looking forward to your report. first we want to get to the
american sniper murder trial. as court goes back in session this morning. we are hearing exclusively from the family of chris kyle's killer finally breaking their silence. abc has the story. >> reporter: accused murderer eddy routh never says a word. he rarely looks up but this morning his aunt is speaking for him in her first television interview. >> i still love my nephew no matter what he did. >> reporter: she helped raise routh and she nows talk to her nephew from jail every week. his defense team says he has ppsd and was temporarily insane. routh admits he shot them multiple times in the back. the mystery is motive. in court friday this deputy testified he overheard routh say this in jail in 2013.
i shot them because they wouldn't talk to me. i was riding in the backseat of the truck and nobody would talk to me. i'm sure they have for given me. during opening statements the defense attorneys revealed the two victims secretly exchanged text messages about routh. >> sitting on his cell phone and he texts chad littlefield sitting right next to him. he text him this is straight up and down. and chad littlefield texted him right back. watch your signal. >> prosecutors say routh was drunk and high. they showed pictures of a nearly empty whiskey bottle and bongs used to snow marijuana. they want him to spend the rest of his life in prison. >> what happened was a very tragic incident. but that was not eddy. >> reporter: for "good morning
america" ryan owens, abc news texas. >> we're turning now to the bizarre emergency aboard an alaskan airlines jetliner. a woman stung by a scorpion. abc with the story. >> reporter: you thought snakes on a plane were bad. how about a scorpion? that's what happened onboard this alaska airlines flight saturday night. the plane about to leaves los angeles when the airline says the critter stung a female passenger on the hand. >> we thought we were in the mid middle of a bad movie. >> reporter: also on board the men's basketball team and the coach. >> she didn't squirm or freak out. she was joking. >> reporter: the plane returning to the gate. the woman check bid medics before being released. the eight-legged scorpion killed by the screw. they tell abc news everyone onboard was very calm and flight attendants did a great job.
the airlines says it does not know how the creature got on the plane, experts say it was a likely a stow away from mexico where the flight originated. this isn't the first time this has happened. a scorpion also rearing its ugly head during the alaska airlines flight in 2011. >> i stuck my hand up and said that's a scorpion. >> reporter: and there have been other critters too. yes, a real snake in 2013 a python caught under the wing. snakes or scorpions, sam samuel l. when you need him. >> >> can we do a collective yuk. >> yeah it could get worse. >> greed. >> how do you kill a scorpion. >> we're going to go to amy in social scare with "the speed feed." >> that's right.
topping your feeds, the "saturday night live" 40th anniversary show and we're bringing you the highlights. and many tweet about boston's deep freeze. take a look at the intense snow and winds. the bostonians are a tough crowd and haven't lost their sense of humor. take a look at this. that is the skyline's famous prudential building buried underneath snow. tweeting this is the solution to the snow buildup. free snow. don't think there are any takers. sorry about that. it's the internet so there must be cats. last year where is the snow? this year i regret everything i said. and a testament to the heart of nulders. showing the towering snow drifts not stopping this woman from enjoying her ice cream. tweet us how you're handling the winter weather. #socialsquare. it's never too cold for ice cream. every. >> never. although you could check with
anyone in new england right now. they might say san diego is looking good. >> it was. here's my lesson. cold can be beautiful. shall we look. lake michigan. st. joseph. look how pretty the pillars were formed by the water coming out and freezing. >> sculpture. >> we can take this in and remember how cold it was. it's through our monday that it moves through the mid south. kentucky kentucky, tennessee, north alabama and georgia. and all snow north of there. west virginia, virginia, maryland and delaware over into tuesday morning. new york city boston all getting more snow. this is a couple of inches. looks like 3 to 6 tops in some places but more like a 1 to 3 event for a lot of fol good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco, with a sea breeze developing this afternoon bringing clouds to the
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affecting several parts of the country. black ice and whiteout conditions a major concern. our gio benitez is on the road showing us all what we can do to keep the family safe. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, lara. we are in the abc news road cam with our team here on the i-95 corridor. lots of accidents happened here. this morning we're talking about black ice. that's that invisible sheet of ice on the roads during these frijtd temperatures. you can't see it but you definitely can feel it. from a dramatic snowy pileup in ohio involving a tractor-trailer to five cars slipping and sliding into each other in vermont. whiteout conditions and invisible black ice reeking havoc on the roads. remember the massive 170 car pileup in michigan just last month? in the midst of blinding lake-effect snow a truck full of fireworks exploding and one person killed. this morning there are things
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m., and we're kicking off our oscar celebration. sienna miller live, plus an exclusive announcement by neil patrick harris about to what to expect this sunday. and cindy crawford like you have never seen her before. the supermodel's untouched photo going viral and inspiring women everywhere. and kicking off "the bachelor's" two-part event. one woman leaving the show before the rose ceremony. now she's live, opening up about her emotional exit and a sneak peek at tonight's explosive episode. and a first look at kate middleton's first role. >> many children do not get the
help they so badly need. >> the princess speaking out about how she's helping keep children safe. all that and grammy award winner juanes performing live as we say -- >> good morning, america. good morning, america. a great crowd. and there he is, juanes making his grand "gma" entrance right there in times square. the colombian singing sensation will be performing live this morning. so looking forward to that. heating it up as best we can in here, because it is cold. coming up on "gma," the woman who walked away from prince farming. there she is. megan breaking it off on last night's edition of "the bachelor". she'll tell us about her emotional exit and we'll have an exclusive sneak peak of tonight's episode.
>> and also karlie kloss is here telling us the story behind the "vogue" cover. and with taylor swift. >> she looks like a supermodel. >> did you see her on "snl" last night? she was in california. i have been bringing them up to date. but first, we get to amy because i'm sure she's riveted by me -- >> always. always. take as much time as you need david. good morning, everyone. we begin with the extreme weather. the deep freeze delivering the coldest air of the season as a new storm takes aim at the northeast. that system leaving a treacherous layer of ice and snow across little rock, memphis and louisville, and a state of emergency has been declared in northern georgia, and win chills dropping well below zero and the snow piling up in boston, another 13 inches fell sunday. they have had nearly 8 feet this season with more on the way. ginger's forecast coming up in a bit. also breaking overnight. new air strikes against isis
fighters, this time in libya. egyptian and libyan forces launching attacks against the terror group's training camps and command posts. those strikes are in retaliation for an isis video appearing to show the execution of 21 egyptian hostages. senior military commanders say they are increasingly concerned air strikes won't be nearly enough to stop isis from spreading its influence. two men are under arrest accused of helping the gunman of the terror attack in copenhagen. two were killed at a free speech seminar. and outside a synagogue this morning, jewish leaders are vowing to stay in the country and fight terrorism. they're rejecting calls from benjamin netanyahu, for a mass migration of european jews to israel. he claims israel is the only
place where jews can feel truly safe. back here at home, gas prices rising another 8 cents in the last week. aaa predicting the national average will rice to $2.33 a gallon. a royal message heard around the globe. kate middleton is putting her famous face forward to help vulnerable children facing mental challenges. abc's lama hasan has more. >> prince william and i have seen young people are struggling to cope with the impacts of bullying, bereavement, domestic violence. >> reporter: overnight, the duchess of cambridge speaking out against the stigma surrounding kids with mental health issues and supporting a charity dear to her heart and it's only her second announcement since becoming a fully fledged member of the royal family. >> many children do not get the help that they so badly need. this needs to change. that is why the charity, place to be, is asking us all to talk openly this week. >> reporter: the mother-to-be
beaming in her dress now seven months pregnant with royal baby number two giving us a peek at that growing bump and kate is still turning heads. last week stepping out at an event wearing a cream-belted coat, with painting and finally showing us her sailing skills. in a dress with little sailing boats for the day. there are no signs of her slowing down. the duchess is expected to carry on with her public engagements until at least mid-march before she goes on maternity leave. for "good morning america," lama hasan, abc news, london. finally, a display of sheer determination. take a look at this woman who was running in the texas marathon sunday. wasn't running for the last stretch. she refused to give up. she was exhausted. she dropped to her knees, and when she saw that finish line in sight, you can see with some help, she was able to get up to the end and she made it across that finish line. she refused that help.
she said i want to do it myself. she took third place and promised her turn next year and win. and you know what? with that determination? i believe she can. >> she will. >> that's incredible. >> she never took her eyes off the finish line. >> yeah. >> are her legs cramping? i can't imagine. i would look like after mile six. >> or on the way in this morning. >> yeah. no complaining today, everyone. let's get to t.j. in the social square with the morning menu. >> this is what's coming up. we have an exclusive to us here, the host of the oscars neil patrick harris has something he wants you to see only here. also, this picture of cindy crawford has everybody talking. you are going to see her, this supermodel sharing a picture like you have never seen her before. also the drama i have been talking to megan this morning. she let it go -- you could have been something. you could have been something. >> i know. >> from "the bachelor." she said i'm out of here before she even got to the rose
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welcome back to "good morning america." we hear some giggling from the assuming optimistic version of "pop news." >> yes, it is. i waited an hour and ten minutes for my moment, so i'm trying not to mess this up. >> here we go. >> no pressure. >> check this out. count down to the oscars. this is an exclusive video from the host himself, neil patrick harris, revealing what we can expect this sunday. look. >> i don't know where or how i can give spoilers without the taser coming out again. if anything, i feel like it's like your job to be out there a lot. like a dinner party. you want to keep saying, hi, welcome back. with that in my mind, i have a team of writers and we come up with an idea we think is unique to films but it also will be at another level cool to watch at home and live. i'm trying to think of two things. we're going to be using people in interesting ways. there's going to be a musical
number. i'm a magician, so i wouldn't be surprised with a hint of magic. >> singing, dancing, magic. most of you are going. >> yes, we are. >> rub that in. >> i'm not going either. >> hold down the fort. you and david this year. >> i had no idea. i wouldn't have brought it up. >> you're on a different broadcast. >> evening news. exactly. >> the oscars airs this sunday night, 7:00 eastern on abc. now, we did our big extravaganza with the couple surprise engagement. it was a weekend of love. valentine's day. also, a weekend for a surprise concert. paul mccartney and prince took the stage, announcing the first come first serve gig early saturday morning playing to a few hundred people in new york city, busting out the biggest hits out there, the beatles
classic, all my love. take a look. ♪ tomorrow i miss you ♪ >> i always miss these surprise concerts. prince has been known for doing this over the years. i always end up in the same city but never make it to the concert. he did this in the wee hours and did all of his hits. beyonce, jay z and michael jordan were there. chris rock. >> they got there. >> this was the 30th anniversary of the jump shoe, the jordan shoe. finally, they're celebrating valentine's day differently down under. miners decide to go with a whitney houston song for valentine's day. check them out. ♪ i'm going to dance with somebody ♪ ♪ i'm going to feel the heat ♪ ♪ yeah ♪ >> okay. now this got a lot of people's attention. these are two australian miners by the name of jamie and jason that decided to do this. >> they should have done devo's whip it because they were sort
of dressed for it. >> i love that song. >> everybody loves that song. >> they may be miners but that was a major performance. >> oh. "pop news" love. from the "pop news" queen herself. we took that out of the crypt. it was in there. but we decided against that line. right to ginger zee who has the latest on the forecast. >> i do, and it is still very cold. single digits in new york city. we're talking teens right here. what's your name? >> madison. >> happy birthday. thank you for freezing out here with us. y'all doing okay. >> yeah. >> we're going to make it. st. louis this morning, let's take a live look there three to four inches of snow have fallen north of there. in southern illinois some places reporting ten inches of snow and in arkansas the snow and ice now moving to the east. kentucky, tennessee, west
>> good monday or, i am meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area forecast. on this president's day we will see a sea breeze developing at the coast bringing you cooler weather and cloud cover and the rest of us are surf any and warm. we will have morning clouds and cooler afternoon temperatures on tuesday and wednesday and the winds blow offshore this weekend for warm weather. we will be in the mid 60s along the coast and the rest of us in the low-to-mid 70s. tonight, mid-40s to low 50s. the seven-day forecast >> nate knows the worst. what is it? >> my feet are frozen right now. >> let's get inside. we'll get him in, too. >> poor kid. >> warm up out there. well, speaking of warming up, we have got our "heat index" here on "gma" and talking about the leaked photo of supermodel cindy crawford. so many people are sharing right now. it's from a "marie claire" magazine and it shows the
48-year-old body and it sparked a conversation about what real women look like. abc's linzie janis has more. >> reporter: from the catwalk to countless covers of magazines. cindy crawford has been one of the world's most famous models for decades, but this morning, the internet is abuzz over this picture showing crawford like you have never seen her before. the unretouched photo from a 2013 cover story going viral over the weekend after british journalist charlene white shared it on twitter. >> i found it incredibly empowering to see someone that beautiful and as iconic as cindy crawford in her natural form. >> reporter: here's a video from the shoot, but only from crawford's chest up. and inside the spread her photos have her stomach covered. this morning the magazine isn't denying the untouched photos
authenticity writing in an online blog post, it is real, it is honest and it is gorgeous. >> i'm happy with my body now. but it's not my old body. >> reporter: the now 48-year-old mother of two saying that her body isn't the same as it used to be. >> i had both my children at home naturally. like in some ways i appreciate my body now more because i know what it's capable of. >> reporter: twitter on fire with support for the brunette bombshell. one woman tweeting, finally, thank you, every woman needs to see. and another writing, turns out she has a real body just like me and you and you and you. >> this photo makes us feel good because she looks like a real person. there's cellulite, stretch marks, a little bit of wrinkles just like the rest of us have. >> reporter: crawford has not commented and has not replied to our request for a statement. for "good morning america" linzie janis, abc news, los angeles.
>> she is gorgeous. thank you. next up in our "heat index." "fifty shades of grey" tied up. the top spot at the box office this valentine's day weekend that brought in $81 million. that was record for the presidents' day holiday. does it live up to the hype? mara schiavocampo spoke with some couples who saw it. >> it's just beyond this door. >> what is? >> my playroom. >> reporter: it's the sexy and steamy novel turned film dominating this weekend's box office bringing in a record-breaking 81 million bucks domestically. "fifty shades of grey." the movie about a couple and their sexual exploits peeking the interest of popcorn lovers but had us wondering what real life couples thought about seeing it on the big screen? >> we're on our way. he's so happy about it. >> reporter: so, we invited
three couples to give us their two cents on the moneymaker. who enjoyed the movie? despite the box office love, our couples weren't exactly feeling the same way. >> i told her from the get-go i am not seeing this movie. >> i was bored honestly towards the end. >> there was nothing that stood out. >> i absolutely hated it. >> was it sexy? >> i thought they did enough to make it sexy. i mean, i feel like she was pretty much naked the entire film. >> i found it a little plain vanilla, it could have been spicier. >> reporter: but, could the movie heating up the big screen also heat things up in the bedroom? did it put you in the mood for romance? >> i think the book did a better job. >> he would be the first one to tell you that. >> reporter: for some, the movie may serve as a catalyst for conversation. relationship experts say it's important to remember it is fiction. >> "fifty shades of grey" is not your playbook for sex. it's there to initiate conversations about sanity to get couples to start thinking about what they want.
>> does it open up the dialogue about maybe places you might want to go that you haven't gone or romance? >> the movie makes you think about other things that you can try in your relationship. >> you definitely think what could we do or couldn't we do and what are our limits. how can we test that out? >> the film was a popular choice with couples. the audience was mostly women. almost 70% were female. >> and some said they thought it was too tame? >> yeah. they were expecting something a little hotter. they were disappointed in that area. interesting. >> thank you. finally, all the fireworks from last night's bachelor. we'll talk live to the woman who went home in just a moment. first, "gma's" contributor melissa rycroft is with us with the drama and this guy was only part one of the two-night ñ >> that's right.
wasting no time last night helping chris make a decision long before the rose ceremony. >> i don't feel like you know me. >> reporter: "the bachelor" starting off with a dramatic exit. >> this relationship is moving forward quicker. >> yeah. >> probably not there right now. >> reporter: chris soules and the 24-year-old makeup artist megan bell parting ways. >> she's the first person i think i really had a connection with. >> reporter: prince farming bringing his six remaining women to his hometown. >> we're going to iowa! >> ah! >> reporter: leaving some women unsure if they're cut out for life on the farm. >> is this the main road? >> i'm trying to picture myself living here. it's just so much smaller than i thought it would be. >> reporter: 27-year-old britt rocking the boat. >> why don't we leave. >> i'm not sure the position you're trying to put me in right now.
>> reporter: the others confident that britt will be the next to be sent home. >> there's no recovery. >> there's no recovery. >> oh, the drama. chris didn't have a rose ceremony sunday night but tonight is part 2 and we never know what chris has in store for the ladies and who will be the next to go home? i heard it's going to be a shocker. lara. we're joined right now by megan bell. good morning. >> good morning. >> welcome to "gma." >> thank you for having me. >> you pulled yourself out of the running, why? >> i did. early about two weeks or a week i was just holding on to confidence with the connection that we had on our first one on one date. and so days went by and i'm like i'm losing grip of it. >> you started doubting? what do you mean? >> well, i saw the other relationships with the other girls progressing more so and i was just like, you know, i trust chris and this decision. >> it's got to be tough. >> it was so hard. >> you're thinking a special connection and then you see that there are other connections.
>> right. >> that's got to play mind games i would imagine. >> absolutely. and good-byes are hard. >> you seemed upset. was there a weird justification in that? >> no. no. i mean, we knew. when you know you know. so that night i knew i was going to be saying good-bye. >> do you think he knew? >> i think so. >> you do? >> i do. i think so. >> i want to ask you a question about jade's secret. she was the first to meet prince farming's parents. the revelation that she posed in "playboy" does that impact things? >> you know, chris is very respectful and very open-minded when he came into this. either way, it will work out. >> either way, it will work out. that's very diplomatic young lady. you're a pro at this. is it possible for you to give us an idea of who you think will be last woman standing? are you able to see? >> i think -- you know, especially that night and that
week, becca, i think she's beautiful, smart and sweet. right up chris's alley. >> okay, but now that you know him, is she right for him? >> yes, i believe so. >> are you surprised by all the drama that comes with the territory? >> i am. i am. i'm not drama. i'm silly and happy and fun. you know, i try to stay away from it. but, you know, seeing the drama go down -- >> sometimes drama just finds us. part of life. >> yes. >> all right, so, let's look at a clip because this is from tonight's episode and this is when chris meets becca's family. >> becca's sister told me that she's not an intimate person. she's never had the urge to be close to a man before. it does concern me as to whether or not becca will ever be able to get to that point with me. >> you're getting close to being
possibly in the fantasy suite. does he know? >> well, there it is. that is just a snippet of tonight's part two of the big two-night bachelor event. thank you for coming in. >> thank you. >> best of luck to you. >> thank you very much. >> part two is tonight 8:00/7:00 central. right here on abc. "the bachelor" is hot. and so is victoria's secret angel karlie kloss live with special details on a cover shoot. karlie kloss live with special details on a cover shoot.
. good morning. i'm kristen sze. san jose police plan to look at surveillance video as they hunt for the robbers who kill add beloved security guard. the owner of the liquor store next door claims two men stole about $20 worth of cigars. somebody opened fire on the guard. we'll see how your morning commute is. >> take a look at this using our 360 cam. you definitely need the sun glass. it is a sunny day on the peninsula. northbound traffic you can see virtually empty right now. we do have mass trance it on a
♪ [ singing in foreign language ] ♪ >> so good. >> that explains why he's a grammy winner. one of his hit songs. juanes right here in times square this morning. >> i feel like with that music playing it should be a lot more. >> yeah. >> with a margarita. >> we're looking forward to more of that and kicking off our countdown to oscar sunday. the academy wards are six days away and our "gma" set is decked out.
for hollywood's biggest night. we're going to speak with actress sienna miller. >> and the 40th anniversary of "saturday night live." i realized "gma." >> it debuted 40 years ago this year. >> and 40th anniversary of monopoly. >> wow. >> so i got together with rachael ray and we played a giant version. >> wow. >> so much fun. very risky rolling the dice. >> look at you. you just show up and you just win. >> i'm not competitive at all. >> no. >> rechael told me and i'll see more of that. and happy birthday monopoly. >> i haven't heard of amy chasing life. you're on your own show over at abc family. >> i make a little appearance on chasing life. >> so modest. >> it is. and it was really tough because i played myself. take a look. >> and coming up next in the 8:00 hour, red sox player richie miranda breaks his silence. after the boston post reported a
story yesterday alleging he is off the wagon. we'll release that after the break. >> good morning danny and good morning, america. >> okay. >> can you believe they're talking about my story on "gma." i'm making news. i'm a news maker. >> good to see you're staying grounded. >> yay! >> it's tough playing me. >> and catch the brand new episode "chasing life." 9:00 on abc family. we're impressed. >> i was going to say i got this breaking news in my ear. because monopoly looks so good it's actually 80. it looks 40. so happy 80th birthday and it's fun getting ready for the oscars. in less than one week. stars will be shining. how do hollywood's a-listers get hollywood carpet ready? abbie boudreau knows. >> reporter: the clock is
ticking for hollywood's hottest to rock the red carpet. why go in search of true beauty secrets to the stars and visit celebrity skin expert. nurse jamie in santa monica. >> this year you're going to see a lot of body. the fashions are strapless and sleeveless. >> using the latest in light and laser technology. stars will pay upwards of $500 for that beyond the belief bicep. in just 20 minutes visibly toner arms. >> oh, my gosh. >> don't forget to shine up the shoulders for the classic over the shoulder red carpet photo. a-list as te tissue enn gives me a shoulder facial. >> all my clients i would say cat, do my shoulders. >> micro-derm abrasion turning them from dull to dazzling. >> this is my old shoulder and this is my new. >> i can see a difference. >> beyond just arms some stars gets slimming mineral wraps. >> the access water comes out of
the side. it shh rinks. >> i honestly feel like a mummy. >> wrapped head to toe. >> you cannot move around quickly. >> after keeping my blood flowing. >> is this the red carpet look? >> she says it smooths out the appearance of stubborn cellulite. >> my skin feels soft. >> another look, the feathered brow. >> it's a little scary. >> not this dark. >> oh, boy. >> clients love the bolder brow. >> i love that. >> and finally the facial. an a-lister must. celebrity facial in beverly hills say hollywood heavy weights are going gold. >> the weapon secret is the golden serum liquid. omega oil. >> you're putting this on my face. >> and layered with real 24 carat gold. >> i feel like i'm turning into an oscar. >> along with oxygen treatment
and red light therapy to penetrate into my skin. which reduces lines and wrinkles. >> this is what your big celebrities get. >> gwyneth paltrow. they do the same exact thing. >> a total of about $2,000 for this oscar worthy facial. >> oh, my gosh, it is amazing. >> after a long day of pampering and prodding, i think i'll leave all this hard work to the stars. for "good morning america" abc news los angeles. >> that's ridiculous. >> i had no idea. on my shoulder. >> you got to raise your shoulder game. >> i'm exhausted watching that. >> robes and blankets on the couch. does a lot better than going through all that. >> you reminded me i'm not going to the oscars. >> the couch is a great place to be. >> i know. >> the end result of all that gorgeousness will air starting at 7:00 p.m. eastern sunday night right here on abc.
one of the gals who will be looking gorgeous is ginger and we have a final look on your weather. >> i was just saying how cold it is. all of us going is it my lip gloss. you are from where? >> berkley, california. >> i'm hoping your heat radiates off. >> me, too. >> it's not going to happen. even colder by the end of the week. that's where we begin with the temperatures in the midatlantic and northeast. windchills subzero and look at the numbers. worcester to 4 below. an actual air temperature. baltimore, memphis detroit good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco, with a sea breeze developing this afternoon bringing clouds to the coast and keeps you in the 60's and the rest of us are in the 70s. the seven-day forecast shows the clouds are more extend on leading to our two cool of the
>> another happy birthday. from tulsa, oklahoma. it's a mess out here, guys. >> all right. thanks so much. look who i'm joined with right now. supermodel karlie kloss. she has graced over 30 vogue covers. impressive. her latest one is particularly special because of who and what she shares it with. she's here exclusively with us this morning to tell us about it. you're with your best friend. >> doesn't get better than that. >> how fun was that photo shoot? >> it was so much fun. any time the two of us -- this is a special cover because it's the march power issue. all about girl power in this issue. >> something very near and dear to my heart. speaking of that they wanted the cover to embody the message. what was your message. what did you want fans to take away from your cover? >> what's significant is the
fact that it's all about power friendship. you know, taylor and i are really close but we're also -- we have very different jobs and different industries but we also 20-something-year-old women working very hard and focused to pursue our dreams and goals. i think we both are supportive of one another. i think that kind of friendship, whether it's a sister or a friend or -- that kind of friendship is powerful. it's a huge part of my success. >> absolutely. going forward, it always will be. i always tell my daughters your girlfriends are everything. you became friends back in 2013 back stage at victoria secret. >> yeah. hard to believe. it was not that long ago. >> then you went on a big trip and it sealed the friendship. >> yeah. we have been on many adventures but that was a fun one and that's what we recreated in the vogue shoot. >> i love what anna said about it. she said taylor swift and karlie kloss have the kind of friendship people dream about.
>> i feel lucky to have such a good friend in taylor. also, i think -- i grew up surrounded by strong women. i have three sisters. my mom. i think there's a lot to be said about women supporting other women. friendship, you know, i'm lucky to have a friend like taylor. >> and it's great to have role models like both of you, karlie and taylor as well. >> thank you. >> the issue is spectacular. you both look fantastic. i love the message. the march issue of vogue hits news stands wednesday. thanks so much. coming up, sienna miller live. stay with us. >> "gma's" countdown to oscar sunday is brought to you by jcpenney. when it fits, you feel it.
welcome back. great to have sienna miller with us. especially when you find out what's coming tomorrow for her. quite a year this year. a big screen revival. starring in two movies and multiple nominations. for the movie in "american sniper." she's got eight films in the works. tomorrow night is the big night for sienna. she opens on broadway in cabaret and that is great. >> whoa. >> i was asking you do you even rehearse today or is that it? >> no. i'm done. that's it. >> are you nervous? >> i am beyond nervous. a ball of anxiety.
>> i love you do all these films lined up. you have an amazing time in your career. you hunted this part time and said who comes after emma stone. >> i suddenly had this urge -- i think i was watching "birdman". i had the urge to get back in the theater. i had the time. any excuse to be in new york. it's such an iconic part. >> you have been on broadway before but never had a leading role where you're singing the entire performance. >> no. >> are you a singer? no. >> you know, i hope i can sing. i can sing in tune i hope. >> she's not supposed to be -- >> exactly. it's really a role for an actor who can sing a bit and she should not be brilliant and trained. any mistakes are possible and fine. >> did you hear that all reviewers. >> everybody. >> a lot of people think of liza minnelli when sally is supposed
to be a typical woman. when you read the book. >> in the book she's supposed to be bad. what we're doing is she can sing a bit but she's not going to go on and become anything with it. >> you were amazing in fox catcher. i was talking to you in the break. stunning in "american sniper". as chris kyle's wife. almost unrecognizable until you get halfway through the movie and you realize that's sienna. have you been taken by how the movie has been received? here in this country? >> it's overwhelming and touched people on a level i could never have imagined and it's wonderful. i'm thrilled to be a part of it. >> you talk about one of the scenes where you tell him he's overseas and he's having a boy. one of the most difficult scenes of the movie because you go from -- >> it was sort of a ten-second gasp of entering a moment. being elated because it's great news, we're having a son and having to dissolve into hysteria because there's an
ambush i hear over the phone. it was a difficult thing to do. there was no gunfire i was reacting to. it was very hard. >> heavy movie but you brought such a human component to it. given the fact what you're taking on tomorrow i love how honest you have been. you said you had one nightmare with the chef's hat. >> it's a saucy part and in one of the scenes, i'm in this kind of sexy black cap that i had. my boyfriend came back and said it was underwhelming was the word he used. and he said you got to pick it up. and everybody said i love the dresses. she made me do the dance in one of those huge white chef hats and i woke up like ah! anyway, yes, it's all happening. >> just a few seconds left. alan cummings amazing too. i'm sure he's been a great partner to work with so far. >> we haven't rehearsed together. >> you haven't? >> tomorrow night will be the
first time i am on the stage with allen cumming and i can't wait. it's daunting. >> nothing like building up the nerves with us. we wish you the best of luck. thanks for coming the day before cabaret. sienna miller in cabaret. it starts tomorrow night until the show closes in march. best of luck. coming up, grammy award winner juanes performing live. we'll be right back. ♪
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i want to ask you about the grammys. you were the first person to sing on the grammys and you said that's a big responsibility. >> it was a great moment for my career. the fact that they invited me to sing spanish proves a lot of respect to our culture. i feel really great. >> no question that you gained so many fans here in the states who maybe are not so familiar. we can raise our hands. you're about to get a few more fans as well. now singing english and spanish, the one and only juanes. ♪ [ singing in foreign language ]
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. good morning. i'm kristen sze. let's check out the forecast with mike nicco. >> good morning, everybody. check out the changes lurking off the coast. low clouds hanging there. when we get an on shore breeze later this afternoon, you're going to feel that cooler weather with mid 60s there. cloud cover everywhere tonight with mid 40s to low 50s. >> plenty of sunshine here in san francisco. 360 cam it is traveling along king street here right by the ballpark. we just got off of 280 a moment looks like traffic there nice. i want to show you some other nice empty places. that is the bay bridge toll
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